Harvey Gallery Fountains
This is a bold and stunning abstract fountain. It reminds me of what one would see watching an alchemist converting lead to gold. It also looks like two planets at War with each other. That's the beauty of an abstract...interpretation. Let us know your interpretation of your piece. The other beautiful thing about these pieces is they are not stamped out. Each one is going to be somewhat different from the last. Would you rather have it the other way
Assuming you want to know the truth here, to achieve all the natural-looking patinas and textures on this fountain, we had to: pound it with a variety of different hammers, run back and forth over it with my kubota, twist it into weird contortions, then untwist it, shoot it repeatedly with special bullets, heat it, quench it, then hit it with strange chemicals. All that work just to get the "look" of something you'd find in a magical copper Mine. Then...when it's all finished we cover it with optical Lexan so that the coloration remains just like the day you bought it. Our little group here is split on whether it's the wall of a Canyon: up-close, or that same Canyon viewed from 40,000 feet. Either way, it's really pretty.
Here we have an abstract interpretation of the moment...right after the big bang. Everything is exploding, spewing out shards of energy and molten mass, while at the center of the whole thing is a Giant power source, a mega sun. Well...the astronomers may take us to task, but it's a good-looking fountain and the energy is off-the-scale.
The moment I finished this one, my wife wandered by and discovered...well...all kinds of symbolism in it. I told her to go away and leave me alone. We're into music, but We're also into other things that...go bump in the night. If you want to see naughty symbolism in this sculpture, go ahead.
If you're into Yoga...or Zen you just might like this fountain. It gives new meaning to the concept of unwinding and it sort of resembles the feeling I have on a Friday night after a hard week, when Pamela shakes out a vodka Martini and we kick back next to the fire. I can almost feel the invisible coils unwinding slowly. Seriously, if you have a Yoga studio or a contemplation room, this one would go perfectly. It's also available in alternative color schemes if you have a particular decor you're working with.
This is an odd amalgam of sophistication, boldness, and nuance. It looks somehow familiar, yet Alien. Is it an Aerial view of some strange country side a close-up of a microscope slide all of the above! it's stunning yet subdued in its sophistication. And again the sound of the water is magnificent
This is a fountain for either a musician or someone who just truly loves music. It is modern, but with the tiniest trace of formality. The notes on the fountain are the first notes of Cameron harvey's first sonatina, a musical composition in three parts. If you have a son, daughter, husband or wife who loves music...and water, this is a wonderful way to combine the two.
This is a variation of one of our creation series...and you truly wouldn't believe the Genesis of it. ...Really. If you like the concept of looking deep into the outer limits of space, but you also want something that "pops" with color and visuals, this one really pops. And if you just have to know how the design came about we will quietly whisper it to you.
This is the dawning of the age of aquarium... wait a minute. Wrong century... here's a fountain for people who like to look at aquariums but really don't want to clean them or...scoop out the victims. Seriously, if you do any Snorkeling or Scuba diving, you'll resonate to this one.
We live on ten acres of deep woods, and in the fall We're knee-deep in...leaves! it's heavy on the maple and Oaks around here and you wouldn't believe how many variations there are just on Oaks and maple each one is a tiny work of art unto itself. This is the second in what will be a series of nature-oriented paintings. It is rich in iridescent patinas and it is highly detailed. I hope you enjoy it
Okay, folks, for those astute observers, this one looks a whole lot like blues in the night. Yup! it originated as a custom version of that very fountain. And, quite frankly, we had a lot of trepidation about making a blues in the night...without any blue whatsoever. When it was said and done, however, my wife, Pamela and son Cameron came over and said they really liked it and that it "popped". (the ultimate compliment around here.) if it "pops" for you let us know
Claude Monet was always one of my very favorite painters and this is a tribute to him. I'd like to think that if he were alive today, he might enjoy sitting in his Library and listening to this fountain. Notice the brushwork on the water. It's alive! hope you enjoy.
Inspired by Ovid's book metamorphosis, this wall fountain shows a woman merging in to the nest of a bird... or that is one interpretation of it. Some of our friends and clients have their own equally interesting or better takes on the piece. As with everything else in our studio, we can make this any size, shape, or variation on a theme.
This one was created by Cameron, and I do believe he nailed it. When seen in the flesh, the vase has a wonderful luminous quality to it and the medallion on it looks absolutely real, the way it captures the light. This is a wonderful classic addition to our website. If you have a classic home that begs for something artistic and classical at the same time...this is the one.
If you've ever seen Fantasia and watched the amazing fairies doing their ballet to tchaikovsky's wondrous music, you get the idea of the feeling this fountain gives. No photograph can capture the magic that is going on here...the light, the color, the sound of the water... it's nothing short of magical